General information on Sao Tome and Principe moist lowland forests (AT0127) by National Geographic and World Wildlife Fund. For a shorter summary, see the WWF WildWorld profile of this ecoregion. Also see, World Wildlife Fund article on "Sao Tome and Principe moist lowland forests". To see the species that live in this ecoregion, including images and threat levels, see the WWF Wildfinder.
The Gulf of Guinea Islands' Biodiversity Network is an informal network of scientists, conservationists and organisations interested in the biodiversity and conservation issues of São Tomé and Príncipe as well as the two other islands in the chain, Bioko and Annobón. This website provide background information on the natural history of São Tomé and Príncipe, including the status, habitats and some pictures of the more exciting bird species.
BIrd Life Internacional - This website provide information on the Birds of São Tomé and Príncipe, including the IBA's, EBA's, Threatened Species, status, habitats and some pictures of the more exciting bird species.
|Protected area Report - European Commission - This report contains biodiversity, species and environmental information about Obo National Park of Sao Tome e Principe. It starts with a simple overview of Obo, including links to external databases such as WDPA, Ramsar, BirdLife International, World Heritage, UNESCO and Google Earth. Then it summarises our protected area indicators, including species irreplaceability, habitat irreplaceability and pressure on the park.|
|Island Biodiversity Race - Dr. Robert (Bob) Drewes is Curator of Herpetology at the California Academy of Sciences and specialize on the evolutionary biology and natural history of African reptiles and amphibians. During hin entire career, spanning over three decades, he have conducted virtually all hin field work in Africa. Since 2001, I have been leading multidisciplinary research expeditions to the Gulf of Guinea, and their progress and activities are described in this blog.|
|California Academy of Sciences - Gulf of Guinea Islands Biodiversity Project|
|Dendroaspis jamesoni in São Tomé.19th century reports of the presence of the green mamba on the island of São Tomé are researched through the works of Fischer, Moller, Newton, Bocage and Fea. From the same authors of the works on Newton and Boyd Alexander.|
|Augusto Nobre - Conchas terrestres e marinhas recolhidas pelo Sr. Adolpho Moller na ilha de S. Thomé em 1885 - Terrestrial and marine shells collected by Adolpho Moller in São Tomé. Published in the Boletim da Sociedade de Geographia de Lisboa, 4, 1886.|
|Biodiversidade em São Tomé e Príncipe – Taxonomy & Informatics Group, at the Universidade de Coimbra|
|ECOFAC - Le volet "tortues marines" à São Tomé|
|Herbario da Universidade de Coimbra - Flora de São Tomé e Príncipe|
|Programa SADA - Tartarugas em São Tomé e Príncipe, património natural da humanidade|